In this episode we're reaching out to the internet at large and talkin' about a place that you can go to drink coffee and do yoga with cats.
Macaulay Culkin sightings, Telecommunications Act of 1996, Seattle Bohemians, Stretch Armstrong, Captain Power, Mad Balls and Aliens Toys.
In this episode we force evolution, we force comedy and we force the very air to compress and expand to our will. Let this be a lesson to all those who would dream, day dream or nod off slightly during school, church and work causing their heads to jerk back and their mouths to tell lies. Your sugar plum fairies have reached the very edge of darkness and have returned carmelized in the prunes of their discontent. Also we did a run down of the famous people who died in November. It’s a lot of fun.
Every generation has scary stories to tell in the dark, well, now they call you at home, at school and where ever you go until you move yourself to a nice, big farm upstate.
In our Living Room finale, we're getting into where some of these ideas about equality and inequality come from and what happened to quantifying intelligence. After that we talk about advertisers and mental loop holes and what it means for your brain to be the most advanced, janky piece of sh!t in the known universe.
Ok, so how do we all get along? As we dig further into the Seattle subculture scene ... we dig further still. Past the signs, flags, ideologies and alliances, down past the groups and into the individuals. What makes the people tick who make the groups tick who make the movements tick.
Living room is a conversation about what it was like moving to Seattle from back East. In this first segment we start off with Seattle's own masked vigilante, Phoenix Jones, and then move from justice into social justice. What do the battles against the powers of darkness and disagreement look like to the innocent bystanders. After all that we wrap up with a nice little chat about the Real Ghost busters cartoon from the 80s.
Damn near in time for Father's Day, we finish up our TV Dads series. We cover Patrick Duffy, Bob Uecker, Homer Simpson, Andy Griffith. We question Mike Brady's commitment, the crimes of Carl Winslow and Howard Cunningham and continue attacking Michael Landon ... if only for ... werewolf pictures. Viva Jay Sherman and Dennis the Menace Rex.
Clowns come up from time to time, in sewers, in outer space and this week we cover juggalos and the one's that were on the road sides and security cams of the world. Also, Milli Vanilli, Jimmy Walker, OJ Simpson and Teen Witch. Whole lot a Teen Witch.
This week we chase Carmen Sandiego through the amazon and the Norway and then take a side bar to NASCAR country, just to learn about something a little closer to home.
Someday we'll revisit our ideas for long form shows but for now, take a listen, see what you think.
Once again we take to the streets of the world in search of Carmen Sandiego.
We spin dumb lies about a historical figure and recount the even dumber recent ideas about how people should deal with each other
Review and critique of the computer game Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego
First, we offer you an introduction, if needed, to Edward Bernays who pioneered the ideas and methods that get people to buy things they don't need. Next, we discuss garbage, new-new age movies, What the Bleep Do We Know and The Secret. Last, we have a few mean things to say about the people who corner you at parties and on barges to tell you all about their impressive lives without bothering to make it the least bit interesting.
First, we talk about the film career of Shawnee Smith like it was her life story. Then, we move into the various run-ins we've had with crystal methamphetamine enthusiasts, from the jungles of Kauai, Hawaii to Asheville, North Carolina.
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